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    I'm very happy that I've received an unconditional offer from Anglia Ruskin university to study Film and Television Production But on the offer letter it says this:

    "This offer is based on the qualifications and predicted grades listed on your application form. You are required to complete your current courses. If you decide to change your subjects or withdraw from any of them this will invalidate your offer and you must inform us of any changes so that we can issue you with an amended offer as appropriate."

    I'm not dropping any of my A Levels, I'm taking 3 and predicted 320 ucas points from them, however I am dropping my EPQ (Extended Project Qualification, in which I was predicted 60 ucas points), and I'm worried that this means my unconditional is going to change. I had technically dropped my EPQ in January, before I got my offer from Anglia Ruskin, but my teachers are being very unhelpful in helping me remove it from my UCAS application :/

    What do I do? Surely me losing a potential 60 points but still have 320 isn't worth me losing my unconditional over? Really need some help
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